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Images and Intervention

Images and Intervention

October 19, 2016

No draft, no protest

By Jason Roche

September 26, 2013

Filed under Columns, Opinion

On Saturday, three more U.S. troops were killed in Afghanistan, bringing the coalition death toll to 3,378 while another 19,310 have been wounded. The story did not make any of the national news headlines, because the war in ...

Behind Iranian rhetoric

By Wendy Simon-Pearson

April 4, 2012

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Also see: Egypt |Iran |Tunisia | Yemen | Jordan|Syria Iran is neither Arab, nor did it have a 2011 “Spring.” Yet Iran is constantly in the news as an emerging leader in the Middle East and a constant pain in President Barack Obama’s side. From its ...

Nine years in and still no goals

By Matt Kushi

January 24, 2010

Filed under Columns

Almost nine years since the terror attacks of Sept. 11 and we still don’t know if the “War on Terror” is winnable. It is the most basic question we can ask when we consider military action, and we have no answer. This “War on...

The cost of the Iraqi conflict

By Todd Hanaburgh, Collegian columnist and T. James Hanaburgh

April 11, 2005

Filed under Archives

Recently the U.S. military's official death toll in Iraq reached 1,500 soldiers. To see their names and photos (when available) go to: There has been a U.S. Department of Defense ban on media ...